Applications must be received by May 01, 2019.
You are applying for a $1000.00 scholarship for the 2019 school year. You may apply once a year.
To be eligible to receive a Milo Casagrande Scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
1. This scholarship is being offered to all students. Preference will be given to current MTTA members in good standing, their family members or their employees and their families. (i.e., spouse, child or grandchild)
2. You must be a high school senior graduating with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 and be accepted or enrolled in an accredited college or trade school, OR you must be enrolled in an accredited college or trade school and be maintaining a cumulative GPA of 2.0.
3. You must complete and submit this application as well as all required supporting documents below.
4. Recognizing the need for skilled professionals in the towing industry, preference will be given to those majoring in a trade school, auto or diesel mechanics, business, accounting, mechanical or electrical engineering.
Supplemental materials to be submitted with this application.
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
STUDENTS OF INTEGRITY SCHOLARSHIP
*OPEN TO JUNIORS & SENIORS!
#BBB5K Video Scholarship applicants must produce a 90-second video using the topic Why BBB and Trust are Important to Local Businesses and Communities. Past videos may be viewed by visiting BBB Serving Northwest + Pacific YouTube channel.
Your video will be uploaded to the scholarship videos page where you can encourage your friends and family to vote for your video.
Ten finalists will be selected from the application pool. Only one recipient will win the #BBB5K Video Scholarship. View the complete rules & regulations.
To enter the for the BBB Torch Talk Essay scholarship the applicant must write a 500-word essay for BBB’s online magazine Torch Talk. The topic of the essay is, Why BBB and Trust are Important to Local Businesses and Communities.
Five finalists from each region will be selected from the application pool. Seven recipients will win a $1,000 scholarship. View the complete rules & regulations.
Montana Range Days Scholarships
Montana Range Days, Inc. is an annual event that celebrates the importance of range and provides opportunities for learning about range and range management. To encourage young people to continue with education and careers in Range Science and related fields, three scholarships are offered through Montana Range Days. Scholarships are available to graduating
seniors in high school or college students who are continuing their education.
Montana Range Days Scholarship ($1,000.00)
To assist young Montanan’s education of rangeland, Montana Range Days, Inc. has established the Montana Range Days Scholarship. To be eligible, the applicant must be majoring in Range Science or a related field. The Scholarship winner will be awarded $1,000.00 upon successful completion of one semester of college.
Harold and Lillian Jensen Scholarship ($1,000.00)
Harold and Lillian Jensen, long time ranchers from Baker, established a scholarship of$1,000.00 annually, to assist a young person who has an interest in Range Science. Harold was a past Chairman of the Montana Range Days, Inc. Steering Committee, and was the local Chairman for the 1985 and 1986 Range Days events hosted in Baker by the Fallon County Range Committee. The recipient must be present for the presentation of this scholarship at Range Days in June. The Scholarship has to be used at a Montana university or college.
Bob and Donna Sitz Memorial Scholarship ($1,000.00)
Bob Sitz was a rancher committed to improving range management. He believed in the youth of Montana and sought to ensure a bright future for Montana’s rangeland through education. Bob & Donna were strong supporters of Montana Range Days. In memory of Bob & Donna, the Sitz family has established a scholarship of $1,000.00 annually and to be announced at Montana Range Days. The winner will receive this scholarship upon successful completion of one semester at a Montana university or college.
Montana Range Days, Inc. is committed to providing learning opportunities, which enable participants to develop a better understanding of the importance of Montana’s rangelands. To further this commitment, Montana Range Days, Inc. encourages high school seniors or college students to apply for the MONTANA RANGE DAYS SCHOLARSHIPS.
Members of the Montana Range Days, Inc. Steering Committee will select the scholarship winners based on the following criteria:
1. Involvement in range activities and youth events.
2. Leadership in school and community activities.
3. Academic achievement.
4. Financial need.
Relatives of the selection committee are ineligible for the Montana Range Days scholarships.
Applications must be received by the Montana Range Days, Inc. Steering Committee by April 30.
The scholarship winners will be announced at Montana Range Days in June. An application form follows. Submitting one application qualifies the applicant for all three (3) scholarships. Please send the completed form to:
Montana Range Days Scholarship Committee
1236 Hendrickson Road
Wilsall, MT 59086
Qualifications for this $1,500 freshman year scholarship:
• 3.25-4.0 GPA
• Played football 4 years at Helena High School
• Participated in track 4 years at Helena High School
• Committed to pursuing a college degree at a Montana college/university
Checklist for completed scholarship application:
1) Please complete all questions on scholarship application
2) Include the following:
Pick up an application in the counseling center.
The MT-WANTO scholarship is targeted to women entering non-traditional construction careers. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and be accepted into 1) a registered apprenticeship program; 2) college non-trade construction program; or 3) be employed in a non-traditional construction occupation. Non-traditional construction occupations include carpentry, heavy equipment operators, mechanics, welders, ironworkers, bricklayers, stonemasons, electricians, painters, plumbers, laborers, cement masons, insulation workers, roofers, HVAC technician, surveyor, architect, etc.
The WANTO scholarship must be used to assist with expenses related to entering non-traditional training, education, apprenticeship or employment. Examples are childcare, transportation, books, tools, licenses, testing fees, etc.
Career Training Institute
Attn: Lisa Newman
347 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, MT 59601
The annual Montana Global Prep Scholarship is back! As in years past, this is a full scholarship* for four Montana students to participate in an AFS summer program abroad. The application is free and easy, open to all Montana students age 14 – 18, and could lead to the adventure of a lifetime!
Please see below for additional details of the scholarship and please share this opportunity with your students and community. I am happy to send additional information, flyer pdfs that can be printed and easily distributed to your students, or answer any questions. And, please feel free to visit the AFS-USA website for more information on this scholarship, as well as the many other scholarships available!
Thanks to a generous gift made by a Montana resident and former AFS-USA participant, there are four full scholarships* available for Montana students** to travel abroad this summer on an AFS-USA Global Prep program.
To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following requirements:
How to Apply:
The deadline to apply is March 28, 2019.
For more information about this scholarship, please contact the Scholarships Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Please note that not all applicants are going to be offered a scholarship.
** Students who are currently in Montana on a Study Abroad program are not eligible, only full-time residents.
The Lewis and Clark Republican Women are pleased to announce their Seventh Annual Scholarship. The Cyndi Forbes Memorial Scholarship Fund is available to a female high school senior, high school graduate who is a resident of Lewis & Clark, Broadwater or Jefferson Counties and is either entering, currently enrolled or is returning to an institution of higher education in Montana.
Key Club Scholarships Instructions:
Application and attachments must be received before April 12, 2019 at
Helena Kiwanis Club
P.O. Box 4178
Helena, MT 59604
Only students who have been awarded a scholarship will receive notification. Scholarship recipients will be acknowledged at a Scholarship Recognition Day on May 6th 2019; they will be asked to perform one of their musical selections. All scholarships are provided as cash awards issued to the student at the Scholarship Recognition Day. Questions regarding the scholarship process can be directed to email@example.com.